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  1. Google announces Android 4.3: Coming to all Nexus devices, along with Samsung Galaxy S 4 Google Edition

    Google's massive Android and Chrome event yesterday was most notable for the launch of the new Nexus 7 tablet, along with the possibly revolutionary Chromecast dongle. But another crucial part of the event yesterday was the launch of the new version of Android - version 4.3. It isn't Key Lime Pie yet, but this new (and possibly final) version of Jelly Bean has some great new features, and is available to almost all existing Nexus devices right away. Just as important, however, is the fact that the much touted Google Play editions of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One will be getting it as over the air (OTA) updates soon enough as well. Read on below the break to know more!         Continue reading →
  2. Samsung Galaxy S 4 Google Play edition Android 4.3 ROM ported to normal Galaxy S 4

    Google has made a splash by expanding its Nexus brand of smartphones (which are loaded with stock Android) to flagships from Samsung and HTC. The ‘Google Play editions’ (as these flagships with stock Android are being called) are notable for the fact that they will be the first to get Android 4.3, along with the usual Nexus smartphones and tablets. Sammobile managed to get their hands on a test build of the upcoming version of Android that was meant for the Google Play edition of the Galaxy S 4, and they’ve ended up porting it to the normal version of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone. Read on to know more about it!       [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="389" caption="Via Sammobile"][/caption]   Continue reading →

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